Originally Posted by Cassidy's Mom
For starters, I'd ditch the word "no". It's much better to tell her what you DO want her to do than what you DON'T want her to do, so figure out what you'd rather she do instead, and then train that. For example, if the problem is bolting out the door whenever it's opened, you may prefer that she sits politely and waits to be released to go out, so that's what you'd teach her.
How old is she?
10 weeks. Well, I just say no to stop her running out and then I am teaching her to go down and wait until I say come. I don't want her trying to come out everytime though...